The Day the Immigrants Left.
A programme that did what it set out to do, prove that economic migration was necessary in broken Britain. It’s a foregone conclusion that such a programme would show that immigration Is a Good Thing.
With a format reminiscent of millions of other irritating programmes, Evan Davis set out to give a pre-selected group of guinea pigs a challenge ‘to see how they got on.’
As if he didn’t know.
The type of immigrants featured were hardworking Eastern Europeans who had come from countries not yet polluted by celebrity culture and tortured hairstyles, not the type of immigrants with several black-clad wives who live on benefit and demand we change our foreign policy and adopt sharia. law.
They featured a primary school headmistress who was ecstatic about the multi lingual nature of her school, rather than a teacher who was less keen on the type of intake that forced the curriculum to bend to suit the racist views of parents who despise the kaffir.
I really hope the indigenous Brits they had were carefully chosen, so that any with a spark of workishness were filtered out at the audition stage. Please don’t tell me that all the unemployed of Wisbech are like that.
“This is Yuri, your workmate today.”
“That’s me buggered then. I’ll call him Bill.”
I bet the producers loved that. They’d have been rubbing their hands with glee.
Lots of “bets bits” to choose from.
“Sorry, can’t come in today, got food poisoning, and so’s me mate.”
That’s Brits for you! Wadda we want? Immigration. When do we want it? Now.
Newsnight. More of the same. I think. I can’t really decipher Kirsty Wark. She can’t seem to be bothered to speak clearly. So that’s me buggered.